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Add charts for impact.

The Chart tool is just beneath the Smart Art button on the Ribbon's Insert tab. The tool can make the thoughts you express in your e-mail look positively orderly (no matter how disordered your mind may be).

From inside a new e-mail message, click the Insert tab and choose the Chart tool. Choose a general type from the list on the left or choose a specific type from the list on the right. The mechanics of creating an Outlook chart are very similar to those for creating an Excel chart.

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